Christopher Nolan explains what makes Batman so relevant

Christopher Nolan explica lo que hace que Batman sea tan relevante

Director Christopher Nolan created a spectacular Batman trilogy, but since then the character has already been rebooted twice.

In the year 2021, the actor Robert Pattinson It will debut under Batman's cape and hood, and fans are eager to see it. And that the restart of Matt reeves is the eleventh live action film starring the Dark Knight. But what is it that keeps audiences wanting more Batman after all these years? Christopher Nolan gives us the answer.

In a recent interview about the film Tenet, Christopher Nolan gave his take on why Batman continues to captivate audiences. The director believes the key is that the hero has reinvented himself so many times over the decades, a philosophy that inspired his own complete reinterpretation of the character in his films.

“One of the first things I learned when we went to talk to the guys from DC Comics Before Batman Begins (2005) is that the Batman character thrives on reinterpretation. Each generation creates its own version. That's what keeps the legend so fresh in a way. “

Christopher Nolan may have left DC behind, but interestingly enough, he worked with Robert Pattinson on Tenet. When asked what he thinks of the British actor taking on the coveted role, the director couldn't have been more praiseworthy, commenting on how “excited” he is to see what he does with the role.

“Having worked with Rob, I can confidently say that he can do absolutely anything he sets his mind to. And I couldn't be more excited to see what he does with Batman. “

The movie is having a lot of trouble shooting.

The global pandemic caused by the Coronavirus has affected films such as Christopher Nolan's Tenet, since its premiere has been delayed, but also to The batman, because the filming stopped completely for 5 months. But now the news has broken out that precisely the actor Robert Pattinson has tested positive for COVID-19, which will cause further delays and may affect its release on October 1, 2021. | Cinema, comics and series